An Escapekit is a ticket from job to job in the industry I work in. Join me on my journey to find work that I wish I put in my kit and share the work you put in yours.
People and buildings
Italian photographer Francesco Paleari latest series wanted to show that the buildings of a city are instrumental in shaping the lives of people.
A Story of Reincarnation
This animated short by London-based artist, animator and body painter Emma Allen briefly depicts the cycle of reincarnation using face paint.
Siamese fighting fish
Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich gets incredible detailed shots by shooting the fish extremely close up.
Surrealistic world of Benjamin Zank
New York based photographer Benjamin Zank captures an imaginative series of conceptual and surrealistic photographs.
Portraits of Animals
Beautiful portraits of animals by photographer Lukas Holas
Next Gen Rappers
Amsterdam based designer Mink Couteaux has created these awesome illustrations showcasing raps newest and illest hip-hop artists.
African Lions and Elephants
Wildlife photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols’s long-term project documenting the lives of African lions and elephants is currently on view at Anastasia Photo in New York City through October 30, 2013.
The Mess of Emotion
An expressive series of hyperrealistic oil paintings by Korean artist Rim Lee that features a woman covered in thick, acrylic paints. The artist’s work is a combination of performance, photography, and painting.
Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada has created one of the worlds largest installation totaling a 11 acres and using 8 million pounds of soil. The portrait was recently revealed as part of the Belfast Festival in Northern Ireland
Beautiful Surreal Photography
Self taught Chicago based photographer Kyle Thompson work is mostly composed of surreal and bizarre self portraits, often taking place in empty forests and abandoned homes.
Pennsylvania-based photographer Joshua Arlington, a regular visitor to his local zoo, takes intimate animal portraits. Along with these beautiful shots Arlington also shares social messages about these animals status within the animal kingdom.
Dutch photographer Janus van den Eijnden created this series as a documentation of the MTA employees in their day-to-day routines. He spent days underground, document candid moments when the subjects were unaware of the camera. He composed each photograph exactly the same, pairing the small train window with the car number and, often, an American flag decal.
Lights in Chicago
Chicago-based Japanese photographer Satoki Nagata captures spectacular portraits of strangers for his ongoing series titledLights in Chicago. The collection of images, which the photographer has been accumulating for over two-and-a-half years, present almost ghostly silhouettes of people walking along the wintery streets of Chicago, a glowing projection of their outlines reflected in shop windows. The photographer creates this hauntingly beautiful effect by backlighting his subjects with a remotely controlled, off-camera flash, a technique he continues to perfect.
To promote Aizone’s Fall/Winter Collection 2013, the team behind Sagmeister Walsh decided to paint bold and geometric typographic slogans on models’ faces. Painted on by Anastasia Durasova, each slogan embodies the philosophy of the Beirut luxury retailer, conveying the dynamism of the brand
The Homeless of L.A.
New Zealand-based graphic designer Michael Pharaoh has created a photo series that offers a glimpse at the grim reality of living on the streets in Los Angeles—a city known for its rich and famous.